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    • apropos de nice

    Double Vision: Short Films

    International House Philadelphia

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    Friday, February 1st

    7:00PM - 9:00PM

    LightBox Film Center at International House Philadelphia

    $10 $5
    Where:
    3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
    When:
    • Friday February 1st 2019, 7:00pm to 8:45pm
    À propos de Nice
    Jean Vigo, France, 1930, 25 min., French w/ English subtitles

    Senseless
    Ron Rice, US, 1962, 16mm, 28 min.

    Taris
    Jean Vigo, France, 1931, 10 min., French w/ English subtitles

    Chumlum
    Ron Rice, US, 1964, 16mm-to-35mm, 26 min.

    Introduced by Herb Shellenberger

    The opening program of Double Vision juxtaposes two films each by Jean Vigo and Ron Rice. À propos de Nice was Vigo’s first film, an enthusiastic and ambitious city symphony detailing Nice, which Vigo and wife Lydou moved to in late 1928. After meetings filmmakers Claude Autant-Lara and Germaine Dulac, who helped him get work as a cameraman on productions in Nice, Vigo energetically took to planning his own film, enlisting cinematographer Boris Kaufman to stay at their home and shoot the visually intricate and surprising sequences of architecture, animals and the lazy tourists lounging through the beachside city.
    Lightbox Film Center is ADA accessible. Please use the ramp on the east side of International House Philadelphia to enter the building, then use the ramp to enter the Ibrahim Theater through the East Alcove. The first row of seats are ADA accessible. Additionally, closed caption and assisted listening systems available. Please inquire at the Front Desk.
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